Rutgers GSE CMSI

Kim Scott

Kim V. Scott is an Assistant Professor of Management & Entrepreneurship at Elizabeth City State University (ECSU). Her areas of teaching include project management, entrepreneurship, and leadership and teamwork. Prior to joining ECSU, Scott spent 20 years working for various government and corporate agencies as an engineer & project manager. Additionally, she is the Executive Director of MAP Community Development Corporation.

Kim studied engineering at Hampton University before completing a Master's in Tourism Administration from George Washington University. In 2019, Kim finished her Ph.D. in Business Administration from Hampton University. Her current research interests are the use of gaming in innovation and creativity, the entrepreneurial mindset of underserved populations, and rural entrepreneurship ecosystems.